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Old 27-12-2011, 08:09   #1
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Source for spectra feedpump head

Qe have a ventura 150d, and just got back our rebuilt clarke pump with new membrane from spectra. We now getting 4.5gph in vero beach, when we should be getting 6+. The pressure is only 30psi. It all points to needing to replace the shurflo feedpump head, but specta is not answering their phones. Does anyone know where i can get one quickly, or have a spare head they would sell?
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Qe have a ventura 150d, and just got back our rebuilt clarke pump with new membrane from spectra. We now getting 4.5gph in vero beach, when we should be getting 6+. The pressure is only 30psi. It all points to needing to replace the shurflo feedpump head, but specta is not answering their phones. Does anyone know where i can get one quickly, or have a spare head they would sell?

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Specta was open yesterday. They were closed Monday, but I had no idea how long they would be closed for. The sent me one. Thanks!
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